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Category: Cervical Cancer

New Year’s Resolution: Prevent Cervical Cancer

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"Each year, approximately 12,000 women in the United States get cervical cancer. Although all women are at risk for cervical cancer, all women do not have to get this cancer. Cervical cancer can be prevented or treated, if found early. The keys to prevention and control are Education, Vaccination, and Screening are keys to prevention and control." Read More >

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Let’s Help Women Understand: What We Need to Know About Gynecologic Cancers

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"Once upon a time, women were told to get a Pap test every year. And most of us did, even though it wasn’t always clear why we were being tested. We just did what we were told and thought it was a surefire way to stay healthy. But times and recommendations have changed about what test to have, how often to have it, and the reason to have it." Read More >

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Vaccination Nation: A Real Shot at Preventing Cancer

You can protect yourself and your family against some cancers by getting vaccinated.

"Suppose someone tells you there are quick, easy ways to help keep people from getting some kinds of cancer. Would you believe it?" Read More >

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